Editor’s Note: The following article is part of a series on the men and women that worked at the SC State Hospital in Columbia. Look for further stories on Bull Street to appear this summer in The Greer Citizen.
Twitter famous twin brothers Malcolm and Marcus Williams paid a visit to children at The Village Project on Monday.
The Greenville siblings gained notoriety on the social media platform after a recent post from Marcus stating that his brother had posed for both of their yearbook pictures in high school.
Families celebrated the Fourth of July last Wednesday with a patriotic parade through downtown Greer. The Arlington-Davenport July 4th Parade is organized by Greer Mayor Rick Danner.
Spartanburg County has more children in foster care than any county in South Carolina, according to local officials.
That’s why the Guardian ad Litem (GAL) program is asking volunteers to become advocates for children that have been abused or neglected.
Editor’s Note: The following article is part of a series on the men and women that worked at or were committed to the SC State Hospital in Columbia. Look for further stories on Bull Street to appear this summer in The Greer Citizen.
By William Buchheit
If you run into a Greer Police officer this summer, your next SnoBall from Pelican’s could be on them.
The Greer Police Department recently received a $1,000 donation from Pelican’s SnoBalls in the form of Pelican Bucks, and authorities say they’re excited to use it as a tool to reach the community.
Local patrons are going to have to get their Friday hamburger fix some place else, following the announcement that The Strip Club 104 would be discontinuing its gourmet lunch.
The restaurant did not open for lunch any other day of the week, and Owner Jason Clark said the special offering became too successful to manage.
Editor’s Note: The following is Part 2 of a series on the lives of public safety officers at the SC State Hospital in Columbia. Part 1 can be found in the June 13 edition of The Greer Citizen. Look for further stories on Bull Street to appear this summer.
Five contestants will compete for the 2018 Greer Idol crown this summer.
The competition, which kicked off last Friday, will take place in the coming weeks during Tunes in the Park at the city’s amphitheater.
A once-in-a-lifetime bloom has the neighbors of Alvin and Betty Arms taking notice.
The Arms residence is home to a century plant, a cactus-like plant that blooms several feet high.
“They only bloom every hundred years,” Nancy Wilson, a neighbor, said.